Opposition in Canada to government involvement in private business development projects could make for a bumpy ride on Ford Motor Co.’s road to manufacturing flexibility. As part of its commitment to the Canadian Auto Workers union, Ford Motor Co. of Canada Ltd. has promised an investment worth C$600 million ($377 million) to give flexible manufacturing capability to its minivan assembly plant in Oakville, Ont. However, the auto maker wants to partner with government. Warns ...

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